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I just Installed a new vip222k receiver and found a new device packed in the box. Its is called a Tri-plexor. This device has the band separator and a diplexor all built in 1 package. Also attached to the tri-plexor were 3 premade RG-6 cables, about 8 inch long. Good job Dish!!!! about time...
 
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RandallA

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The DPP Triplexer (P/N 175284) combines a DISH Pro Plus Separator and a UHF/VHF diplexer into one device that connects to the receiver to support single cable installation of DISH Pro Plus satellite feeds and TV1/TV2 Home Distribution
 

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sdschramm

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So two satellites and an antenna can be sent over just ONE cable? Cool! Thats two INS and one OUT.

Could this be used to combine the TV2 output + RF antenna input for the remotes, along with an OTA antenna input?
 

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it comes standard with 222k now. all it does is eliminate the need for the diplexer at the back of the receiver.
it is simply a diplexer combined with the seperator.
 

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I love em.. they work great, I think the cables are too long but ohh well, This helps speed up installs for sure and I can't wait for them to be in all the other dual tuner boxes!
 

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. . . Could this be used to combine the TV2 output + RF antenna input for the remotes, along with an OTA antenna input?
This is a note on the Extending the UHF Antenna areas in the Tech Portal: Note: If an over-the-air antenna is installed, the remote control signal cannot be combined onto the same cable as the over-the-air signal.
I had to use a separate old RG59 line that I left when I installed new RG6 cable.
 
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